[digiKam-users] Searching unconfirmed face recognition results

Shimao c161803399 at gmail.com
Sun Oct 10 17:22:06 BST 2021

I do see the People sidebar, but that doesn't let me search for example,
pictures containing persons Emily, David, and Charles, or pictures
containing Emily and David, but not Claire. That seems only possible from
the search tool, but only if i've first tagged everything.

On Sun, Oct 10, 2021 at 12:13 PM Maik Qualmann <metzpinguin at gmail.com>

> It reads to me as if you have not yet used / found the People sidebar on
> the
> left side.
> Maik
> Am Sonntag, 10. Oktober 2021, 17:04:22 CEST schrieb _:
> > Hi all, I have a large collection (~200k) of photos, and I'd like to
> filter
> > it down to a certain set of people/faces with a minimal amount of manual
> > work.
> >
> > The face recognition tool is very helpful for this, but I've run into
> some
> > roadblocks: Most faces are correctly recognized, but not tagged until I
> > confirm the result. I can't search for people without confirming and
> adding
> > the face tags, yet I don't want to have to confirm all the matches
> because
> > it's infeasible for me to check hundreds of thousands of faces. I don't
> > want to blanket confirm everything, because not all results are correct,
> > and I suspect adding many low quality and incorrect matches will screw up
> > the recognition algorithm.
> >
> > Ideally, I think the tool should mark all recognized faces with an
> > "unconfirmed" subtag. So if "Emily" is a person, then the face
> recognition
> > should tag the matches as "People/Emily/unconfirmed", and the user can
> (but
> > does not have to) confirm and move them into the "People/Emily" tag.
> > Importantly, the face recognizer should only use the confirmed images as
> > training/matching data. I've already manually implemented these sub-tags,
> > but I don't have any way of getting the tool to ignore sub-tagged images
> in
> > the recognition process (it's not clear from the documentation how the
> > recognizer handles nested People tags, but it seems to treat them as
> > different people? I might be mistaken here). Also, if I want to add new
> > images and rebuild the training data, I would have to delete and recreate
> > all my subtags, which is a real pain.
> >
> > Curious if anyone else has a better workflow for doing this
> >
> > Thanks,
> > Shimao
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